It is ok, but it is lacking so much of what is offered by the DDI. There are way better excel format 4e character builders, and yes they can even print out power cards.
It is nice, as it is free, but still kind of meh.
http://www.nzcomputers.net/heroforge/ there you go. It has stuff for both 3.5 and 4E.
I agree the DDI character builder is pretty great so far. Besides the bottom of the skill list being chopped off when you print and the text getting too small to read when a power has a lot of details to it. I was very happy with how good it actually is. I did not expect much. The site I posted above has good stuff as well.
Hrmm how do you do that? I just tried messing around with it, must be just missing it.
Edit: Nevermind, found it lol. Nice, now I can make it like a 3.5 sheet with the skills in the bottom right and moving the feats to the bottom left and the insight and such to the middle left. Thanks!
Last edited by Rochin; 01-13-2009 at 03:49 PM.
What I'm doing right now is moving the initiative box to the top of the third column. This knocks a couple of lines off the bottom of the Feats box, but that probably won't matter unless you have a ton of feats (and the program only works for levels 1-3 right now anyway).
If anyone wants to see an example of a character sheet generated by D&D's program, here's a test character I made.